News from ISI-MIP
The Inter-Sectoral Impact Model Intercomparison Project is a community-driven modelling effort bringing together impact models across sectors and scales to create consistent and comprehensive projections of the impacts of different levels of global warming.
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From 28-30 October, ISI-MIP participants will meet at the ETH, Zurich to work on papers analysing the output of historical runs completed as part of ISI-MIP 2.1.
A new review paper from Huber et al. has appeared in Earth System Dynamics, summarising past undertakings to characterise comprehensively and quantify climate impacts based on multi-model approaches. The paper then reports on ISI-MIP, showing how this and similar efforts can substantially advance the science relevant to impacts, adaptation and vulnerability.